Gohar Movsisian joins math department

Tessa Augsberger

Gohar Movsisian joined the Upper School Mathematics Department this upcoming year to teach Algebra II with Analysis, Precalculus and Precalculus: Trigonometry and Functions.

Movsisian worked as the chair of the mathematics department at Rose and Alex Pilibos Armenion School, a K-12 school in Los Angeles. Movsisian previously taught Algebra II, Precalculus, Advanced Placement Calculus and Advanced Placement Statistics.

Movsisian earned her bachelor’s degree in pure mathematics from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and has a master’s degree in applied mathematics from California State University, Los Angeles.
When asked what she is most looking forward to at the upper school, Movsisian said she is excited to get to know and work with her new students.

“I’ve heard how hard-working students at Harvard-Westlake are,” Movsisian said. “I am really excited to teach students who are so hard-working and eager to learn. I’m looking forward to forging new relationships with my students and colleagues and becoming part of the Harvard-Westlake family. Everyone is so welcoming and helpful, and there a big sense of community and a very positive atmosphere in the school.”